Dublin sister act Sisterix are set to release their new single and it asks a pretty important question - what will they wear to the revolution?
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Comprised of sisters Ornait and Siomha Hennessy, the duo come from a traditional Irish music background but have since embraced a melodic pop punk sound shot through with social commentary.
What Will I Wear To The Revolution? aims to bring little frivolity to the serious business of left-wing activism.
With the planet in crisis and calls for system change reverberating around the world, the new track aims to bring little frivolity to the serious business of left-wing activism.
Siomha says ''I'm not saying I've planned my outfit for the revolution per se . . . I'm just saying I've ruled out turquoise, purple, and light blue because they don't bring out my complexion and I don’t want future generations of school children looking at my photograph in their schoolbooks thinking I look washed out. That's all.
"It's a serious consideration. Hasn't everybody thought about their revolution outfit? Admit it... no? Ok, never mind...''
What Will I Wear To The Revolution? will be released on Tuesday, November 30.